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NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference
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NAEA Museum Education Division 2008 Pre-Conference

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Presented at the 2008 National Art Educators Association Conference

Presented at the 2008 National Art Educators Association Conference

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  • 1. March 25, 2008 NAEA Museum Education Division Pre-Conference
  • 2. March 25, 2008 NAEA Museum Education Division Pre-Conference has clear educational objectives which encourage individuals or groups of people working together to understand objects or phenomena through exploration which involves choice and initiative. Interactive
  • 3. March 25, 2008 NAEA Museum Education Division Pre-Conference Past: Museum Web sites were innovative and cutting edge, often constructed without rules and by anyone in the museum who knew some HTML. Present: Museum Web sites are fully institutionalized, with formal policy and procedure that often represents a brick wall to educators Changing Innovative Technology
  • 4. March 25, 2008 NAEA Museum Education Division Pre-Conference
  • 5. March 25, 2008 NAEA Museum Education Division Pre-Conference Project Goals • Re-purpose existing poster content • Plug into other arts integration initiatives • Create online interactive activities for students • Deliver a Web site that is easily updated and maintained by WAM education staff
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  • 15. March 25, 2008 NAEA Museum Education Division Pre-Conference Launch Integrating the Arts
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